Fort Worth, Texas Rehab Centers

Alcohol is the primary drug of abuse in Fort Worth, followed by marijuana and synthetic cannabinoids. Illicit drugs including marijuana, meth, and heroin are easy to obtain on behalf of local Mexican drug trafficking rings, while opioid overdose death rates are being driven by widespread painkiller use across the rest of Texas.

Cocaine and benzodiazepines are also commonly abused in Fort Worth, and often used with heroin and opioids. Those who live in Fort Worth and suffer from addiction can get help at one of many nearby rehab centers in the area.

Fort Worth Addiction Stats

Causes & Signs of Drug Abuse

Drug abuse can be caused by misusing prescription painkillers, or by relying on drugs and alcohol to relieve symptoms of depression or anxiety. Drug abuse is also commonly caused by peer pressure, family history, and trauma.

Common signs of drug abuse:

  • Tolerance to drug and alcohol use
  • Mood swings and behavioral changes
  • Financial problems
  • Cravings for drugs or alcohol

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Alcoholics Anonymous

5501 Jacksboro Highway Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

724 Joseph Lane Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

1311 East Seminary Drive Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

6713 Hemsell Place Fort Worth, TX

Al-Anon & Al-Ateen Information

1207 Lake Street Fort Worth, TX

Abode Treatment Inc

701 South Cherry Lane Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous: Northeast Group

4025 Flory Street Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

3000 West 5th Street Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

3145 Townsend Drive Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

2740 Lipscomb Street Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

5685 Westcreek Drive Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

3244 West Seminary Drive Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

502 West Central Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Alcoholics Anonymous

316 Bailey Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Couch Stuart W

2465 Forest Park Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Cityview Care Center

5801 Bryant Irvin Road Fort Worth, TX

Cenikor Foundation

2209 South Main Street Fort Worth, TX

Brentwood Clinic South

5201 McCart Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Arlington Heights Health and Rehabilitation Center

4825 Wellesley Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Animo Education & Counseling

4234 McCart Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Henderson Jimmie R

431 Fulton Street Fort Worth, TX

Helping Open People's Eyes

605 East Berry Street Fort Worth, TX

Healthsouth Rehab Hospital

1212 West Lancaster Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Healthsouth Cityview Rehabilitation

6701 Oakmont Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth Teen Challenge

747 Samuels Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Draeger Interlock

2416 Ludelle Street Fort Worth, TX

MHMR: Recovery

1501 East El Paso Street Fort Worth, TX

MHMR of Tarrant County Addctn

1527 Hemphill Street Fort Worth, TX

Metropolitan Center-Counseling

2516 Oakland Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Merit Cdpi

3807 East Lancaster Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Mc Sherry Debra A

3131 Sanguinet Street Fort Worth, TX

Lifecare Hospital of Fort Worth

6201 Overton Ridge Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Lena Pope Home Family Matters Counseling

3800 Hulen St. #295 Fort Worth, TX

Kindred Hosp Tarran County-Fort Worth SW

7800 Oakmont Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Salvation Army Thrift Store

2408 Azle Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Regency Hospital Company Fort Worth

6801 Oakmont Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Recovery Resource Council

2700 Airport Freeway Fort Worth, TX

Phoenix Associates

3001 West 5th Street Fort Worth, TX

Nuevo Orisonte

3302 North Main Street Fort Worth, TX

North Texas Addiction Counsel

304 West Cannon Street Fort Worth, TX

Narcotics Anonymous

8311 Camp Bowie West Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Narcotics Anonymous

316 Bailey Avenue Fort Worth, TX

UNT Health Science Center

3500 Camp Bowie Blvd Fort Worth, TX

The Salvation Army: Adult Rehabilitation Center

2901 Northeast 28th Street Fort Worth, TX

Texas Treatment Services LLC

700 Hemphill Street Fort Worth, TX

Summy Associates

3840 Hulen St # 600 Fort Worth, TX

Sportherapy Southwest

6037 Harris Parkway Fort Worth, TX

Sport Therapy

4625 Boat Club Road Fort Worth, TX

Sober by Grace Ministries

2451 Bomar Avenue Fort Worth, TX

Santa Fe Youth Services

7524 Mosier View Court Fort Worth, TX

Youth Sports Council of Fort Worth

3612 West Vickery Boulevard Fort Worth, TX

Volunteers of America

4700 South Riverside Drive Fort Worth, TX

Volunteers of America

6500 Shadydell Drive Fort Worth, TX

LAAM and Methadone Program (LAMP) Clinic VA North Texas

431 Fulton Street Fort Worth, TX 76104

DBA Hemphill Treatment Facility WCHS of Texas

700 Hemphill Street Suite A Fort Worth, TX 76104

Crossroads Treatment Center

6733 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116

MH/MR of Tarrant County Pine Street Resid/Billy Gregory Detox

1501 East El Paso Street Fort Worth, TX 76102

Brentwood Treatment Services

4801 Brentwood Stair Road Suite 404 Fort Worth, TX 76103

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Getting Help in Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX rehab centers can customize therapies just for you or your loved one based on the severity of the addiction and the drug being used. Attend the closest Alcoholics Anonymous meeting to learn how to manage yourself in situations where alcohol is present, or repair family relationships with family counseling at Lena Pope Home Family Matters Counseling.

Choosing From Many Fort Worth Rehab Centers

Deciding on just one rehab center can seem like an overwhelming task when you’re coping with addiction at the same time. Use these tips when exploring your options for Fort Worth, TX rehab centers.

  • Find the right detox

    Look for rehab centers in Fort Worth that offer safe, effective detox treatments for your addiction type. For instance, if you’re trying to overcome a severe addiction to heroin or opioids, look for rehab centers that use medications like buprenorphine or methadone to relieve withdrawal symptoms.

  • Treat co-occurring disorders

    Addiction is often driven by co-occurring disorders, which are mental health disorders such as PTSD, OCD, and bipolar disorder. Search for Fort Worth, TX rehab centers that treat co-occurring disorders using behavioral counseling and similar therapies.

  • Look for aftercare

    Aftercare programs include therapies that help you stay clean in the months and years following addiction treatment. Aftercare may include 12-support group therapy, relapse prevention education, and group counseling.

Contact Us

If you are suffering from addiction and live in Fort Worth, call our 24/7 confidential hotline at 800-654-0987. We’ll help you find Fort Worth, TX rehab centers that offer the treatments you need to stay healthy and sober for life.